Hello guys. I'm planning on self-studying for the AP Physics C exam in May (mechanics, maybe E&M if I have the time), and I'm trying to find the best review book for the job. As a background, I took AP Physics 1 last year and got a 5, so I have some basic physics knowledge (although my teacher didn't teach us anything... most of what I know was through self-studying last year). I've also taken AP Calculus BC and got a 5 on that exam as well.
As for the Princeton Review, I've heard that it covers exactly what you need to know in easy language, but tends to give only a basic outline of the subject for you to achieve a good score. The Barron's, on the other hand, goes extremely in depth and covers more than needed to ensure that you understand all the equations and how to derive them.
My question is: which book should I purchase to self-study with? Which book is better at preparing me not only for the exam, but for physics in general (I plan on taking an engineering route in college)? It would be especially helpful if students who have self-studied or used these books before could reply. Thanks in advance!